Shelley Duvall's acting in that movie was terrible. I read where Stanley Kubrick treated her like crap on the set and encouraged everybody else involved to do the same to "increase her sense of isolation" for her role. I think she kind of went batshit-crazy on set at one point.
I've actually never seen the TV version, but have been to the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado where it was filmed and where Stephen King was staying one off-season when he came up with the idea for the original story. I'd always known King was not happy with the Kubrick interpretation. Aw well, still a hell of a movie whether King liked it or not.
I was working in Estes Park in 1980 when the movie came out and we would venture over to the Stanley, all dazed and confused, to get creeped out by the ambience of the place. Back then, you could wander around the hotel wherever you wanted, within reason. Now, most of it is off-limits to casual visitors.